Celebrating Eid-Milad-un-Nabi

Posted on February 27, 2010
Filed Under >Adil Najam, >Owais Mughal, Religion, Society
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Today was the 12th of Rabi-ul-Awal in Pakistan and Eid Milad-un-Nabi – marking the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) – was celebrated across the country. ATP offers Eid Milad-un-Nabi greetings to all its Muslim readers. As pictorial special, we share these photographs from Dawn and APP of the different ways in which Pakistan prepared for the celebrations today.

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25 responses to “Celebrating Eid-Milad-un-Nabi”

  1. Saaim says:

    @Saif

    You asked and here is the answer to you question. See all the episodes.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eie11KYjIIo&feature =related

    Milad un Nabi SAWW mubarak to all.

    Saaim

  2. Saif says:

    Without going into the pros and cons of celebrating Eid-Milad on this scale and in this fashion, could anyone please tell us, just for information, when and where this tradition of of Eid Milad celebration start? There is no precedent of this during the lifetime of the Prophet, nor during the period of the first four caliphs, nor during the 90-year rule of the Omayyads, nor during the time of early Abbasids of Baghadad or the Ottomans of Turkey. Is this a Pakistani tradition or South Asian tradition?

  3. Sajid Hashmi says:

    Salaam

    Excellent Post

    We should be celebrating the birth (Mawlid) of the greatest of all Allah’s Creations.

    Islam is not just jurisdiction of Jahil Mullahs its for all of the greatest Rasuls’ Umah

    Mawlid un Nabi Mabruk to all

  4. HaroON says:

    I also find some of these images silly. Like dressing up in fancy dress and riding camels and floats etc. But it is all innocent and certainly no reason that you should go around killing them! Like happened in DI Khan

  5. Muhammad Ashar Azhar says:

    Eid e Milad un Nabi Mubarak to all Muslims.

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